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40th World Economic Forum Annual Meeting Opens in Davos
January, the 27th 2010 - In his opening address at the World Economic Forum Annual Meeting, President Nicolas Sarkozy of France said that it will not be possible to emerge from the global economic crisis and protect against future crises if the economic imbalances that are at the root of the problem are not addressed. “Countries with trade surpluses must consume more and improve the living standards and social protection of their citizens,” he remarked. “Countries with deficits must make an effort to consume a little less and repay their debts.” The world’s currency regime is central to the issue, Sarkozy argued. Exchange rate instability and the under-valuation of certain currencies lead to unfair trade and competition, he said. “The prosperity of the post-war era owed a great deal to Bretton Woods, to its rules and its institutions.
Chaired by Klaus Schwab, Founder and Executive Chairman, World Economic Forum
Opening Address by Nicolas Sarkozy, President of France
Taking place at Gam, from the 22nd of October 2009 to the 31st of January 2010, the exhibition devoted to Emilio Longoni, one of the greatest representative of pointillism, shows the two big collections of the works by the painter: those of the Museum and of the Bank of Barlassina.
Free admission at Villa Belgioioso Bonaparte - Villa Reale - Galleria d'Arte Moderna.
Ospitata presso la Gam, dal 22 Ottobre 2009 al 31 Gennaio 2010, la mostra dedicata a Emilio Longoni, uno dei più importanti esponenti del divisionismo, mostra le due grandi collezioni delle opere dell'autore: quelle del Museo e della Banca di Barlassina.
Ingresso libero a Villa Belgioioso Bonaparte - Villa Reale - Galleria d'Arte Moderna.